Sex is more pleasurable for women

Sex has officially become more pleasurable for women, according to the latest and biggest sex quiz done in the US on a website called since the Kinsey Report.

The Kinsey Reports were two books that were written in 1948 and 1953, ‘Sexual behaviour in the Human Male’ and ‘Sexual behaviour in the Human Female’, in which 6,000 women were interviewed.


The books analyses data on the frequency with which women participate in various types of sexual activity and looked at how factors such as age, social-economic status and religious adherence influence sexual behavior.

Comparisons are made of female and male sexual activities. Kinsey’s evidence suggested that women were less sexually active than men in all aspects of sexual life but that they were still more sexual than traditional views allowed.

By the time the book on female sexuality was published, it appeared that Kinsey seemed to feel that women and men are more alike in the biology of their sexuality than he had previously thought, and that both men’s and women’s sexuality seemed shaped, not merely repressed, by social and cultural forces.

But why do women enjoy sex more than men? Has it got something to do with the sharp rise in the frequency of oral sex?

It could be that oral sex is being performed less on men. It could be that the only way a desperate man to have sex is to do the decent thing and go down on his beloved more often.

Almost 9 out of 10 men now perform regularly on their partners.

And don’t forget girls, if that doesn’t work, you can always see the rabbit.

by Susan Floyd


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